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Terrible, agonizing, wretched, sickening and unbearable--these are words frequently used by patients with neuromyelitis optica (NMO) to describe a very common symptom of their disease: pain. More than 80% of patients with NMO experience pain from this condition, which severely affects their quality of life.
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by Y Kanamori2011Cited by 121Conclusion: Our study showed that pain in NMO is more frequent and severe than in MS and that pain has a grave impact on NMO patients' daily ...

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